My first app ready

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by lZr, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. lZr

    lZr New Member
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    Hi All,
    I need someone to test my First app I did.
    It is reworked and extended version of Android DatePicker app here:
    Date Picker | Android Developers
    I don't have Android creature, because I am out of the Google test area.
    If you can give me feedback, I'll be very thankful.
    My app shows Time Duration using the DatePicker Dialog twice
    The result can be seen on the image.

    Please email me and I'll attach the tDurator.apk for you

    I need feedback about the working state of the app when rotating the Nexus 1 device, but anyone having at least Android system 1.5 (level 3 on the SDK) can run the app.

    The app is signed for release and in not harm to the phone

    Thanks
    Lazar Kaufman
    my email:
    lazardk@gmail.com
     

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  2. grainysand

    grainysand Well-Known Member
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    Could you, uh, tell us what this app does exactly?
     
  3. lZr

    lZr New Member
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    Hi,
    Simple app:
    1 Click (Touch) "From" button. Fill the Dialog with Start Date. Click Set.
    2.Click "To" button. Fill the Dialog with End Date. Click Set.
    Read the result. It must give the Time Duration between the two Dates
    Thanks
     
  4. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member
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    Though I'm always impressed with anyone who builds an app, it looks like it is just doing basic subtraction. I love trying things out, but don't see a need for this. best of luck.
     
  5. lZr

    lZr New Member
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    No, it is not easy app. Seem so, but really NOT so simple.
    Try it and compare to this one and you will get the idea
    Time Duration Calculator: Time between two dates/times

    I reworked the idea 3 times, while learning the intricacy of the Android SDK for the Calendar Class.
    1. No Milliseconds measurement can help me
    2. No direct intervention with Dates
    3. SDK smart usage only
     

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